Hotels in Argyll & Bute, Scotland

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251 Marine ParadeHunters Quay, Hunters Quay, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Once the home of the Royal Clyde Yacht Club this beautiful Tudor style building stands at the waters edge overlooking Loch Long and Holy Loch. All front facing rooms also overlook Strone point and Kilcreggan with the mountains of Loch Lomondside and beyond. Only 23 miles from Glasgow Airport and a short ferry crossing from Gourock and you are in the foothills of the Highlands. Many historic places of interest to visit and within easy reach of all the attractions.TheRoyal Marine Hotel was the Les Routiers REGIONAL WINNER FOR SCOTLAND and have also been presented with the prestigious GOLD KEY AWARD for hospitality cuisine and value for money.

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Bridge of Orchy, Bridge of Orchy, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 4

Gloriously relaxing timeless getaway destination hotel deliciously prepared and presented modern ScottishEurpoean cuisine in amazing scenic location amidst the majesty of the Scottish central highlands - on the doorstep of Glencoe flanked by Rannoch Moor Scotland's last wilderness and a staging post for the famous West Highland Way possibly the best long distance scenic walk in the UK. A truly superb touring destination base.

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Stonefield, Stonefield, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 4

Stonefield Castle Hotel is situated in 60 acres of Woodland gardens on the banks of Loch Fyne only two miles from idyllic Tarbert one of the most attractive villages in the west of Scotland.The castle built in 1837 is a superb example of Scottish Baronial architecture. Recently refurbished throughout the hotel offer the highest levels of modern comforts whilst still retaining its original character with feature such as the original wood panelling ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces.Our AA Rosette restaurant enjoys spectacular views over Loch Fyne and offer the very best of Scottish cuisine including the famous Loch Fyne kipper.Light lunches and snacks are offered in the Lounge Bar.Ideally situated to explore the hidden treasure of Argyll including Ferry trips to the islands Inveraray Jail and Castle Oban Sea Life Centre Kilmartin House Museum.Leisure activities in the area include beautiful walks clay pigeon shooting sea and fly fishing horseriding bird watching and 5 golf course with in 40 miles.Stonefield is perfect for that get away from it all break or romantic hideaway.

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55 Bullwood Road, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 4

Abbot's Brae is a small award winning Country House Hotel set in its own woodland garden with breath-taking views of the sea and hills. Very spacious en-suite bedrooms including four-poster king-size and twin rooms. The welcome homely atmosphere peaceful surroundings and appetizing menus will ensure a memorable stay.

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Shore RoadCove, Cove, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 4

Originally built as an opulant out of town residence for a wealthy Victorian Glasgow wool merchant this country house hotel has been recently completely refurbished to reflect its Victorian heritage. The hotel enjoys stunning views of the lochside and the hills above Arrochar and has 6 dedicated 15 tonne moorings for those wishing to bring their yacht.We offer excellent quality light meals and specials in the Lounge Bar at Lunch and from 6.00 - 7.00 pm daily. In addtion our Fine Dining restaurant is open from from 7 - 9.00 pm.Knockderry House is set in its own mature grounds amidst glorious marine mountain scenery and yet is less than 20 minutes from Loch Lomond and 45 minutes from Glasgow Airport.The Hotel has a Rosetted restuarant and has also been award a 4 star rating by Visitscotland. Email: Address: Knockderry House Shore Road Cove nr Helensburgh G84 0NX.

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Portpatrick, Portpatrick, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 4

Set within its own cove of 32 acres with private beach extensive gardens and croquet lawn.Knockinaam is a tranquil hideaway Used by Sir Winston Churcill for secret meetings with Eisenhour in the war.The Michelin starred restaurant is amongst the best in Scotland.A 500 Bin Wine List and 160 malt Whiskys make this a Gourmets Paradise.

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Shore Street, Auchnagoul, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Overlooking beautiful Loch Fyne in the Historic town of Inveraray. Loch Fyne is the ideal setting to relax and enjoy the surrounding area.Our restaurant and bistro is know for it's great food and the hotel itself is well know for it's customer service. The Loch Fyne Hotel has been extended to include a 15m swimming pool with sauna and steam-room as well as spa bath. We also have a spa that offers a wide range of treatments during your stay. Guests also have the choice of standard rooms or superior rooms or for that special occasion we have two suites which come with fresh fruitbathrobes slippers and other little extras not to mention stunning views across the Loch. Breakfast and Dinner is served in the Clansman restaurant where there is the choice of traditional Table d'hote menu or a la carte items.

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Kyles of Bute, Colintraive, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Spectacular views across the Kyles of Bute to the island. Fully refurbished to high standard. Award winning chef. Superb bar meals infront of log fire of bar with great atmosphere. Also super Al a carte restaurant Ideal location to relax and enjoy the sea and countryside. A very warm welcome awaits you.

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TIGHNABRUAICH, Kames, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Small family run with large rooms overlooking the Kyles of bute.This Highland Village is like being back in time with its unspoilt nature and stunning vieuws excellent for many outdoor activities(sailing windsurf golfcycling hiking tennis loch and seafishing).Or stay indoors in our bar Restaurant with nice fireplaceWe Also cater for group bookings for clubs motorbikes fishing sailing hiking etc.

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Front Street, Inverary, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Few hotels in the Western Highlands have such a long and distinguished history as The Argyll. Designed in 1750 by the famous builder John Adam. The Argyll formed part of the total rebuilding of Inveraray commissioned by the third Duke of Argyll. The interior of The Argyll reflects its history and the elegant style of its renowed creator.

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19 AGNEW CRESCENT, Stanraer, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3G

Lakeview is on the seafront just a few minutes walk from Stranraer town centre the Stena Line terminal and the railway and bus stations. We have free Wi Fi connection. We offer a courtesy pick up. If you're driving we have safe street parking outside our house or a car park with CCTV opposite.Whether you are visiting Stranraer en route to Northern or Southern Ireland sailing from Stranraer to Belfast or Larne from nearby Cairnryan holidaying or for business in the area however short or long your stay there's something for everyone in Stranraer and you'll be well looked after by your hosts Elaine and Alan Logan.Free Wi FiSmoking is not permitted in Lakeview.

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AirdsCarradale East, Carradale, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Idyllic peaceful situation overlooking Arran offering modern Scottish food imaginatively prepared with fine wines and local malts. Enjoy discounted golf on the adjacent course or play Machrihanish a short drive away. The hotel offers bikes fishing riding forest walkssandy beaches and free wi-fi access.

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Kilfinan, Kilfinan, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Kilfinan Hotel has been welcoming travellers since the 1760s. The spectacular Highland scenery on the eastern shores of Loch Fyne Scotland's longest sea loch and the peaceful unhurried lifestyle of the area make it a perfect year round retreat.The hotel is situated in idyllic countryside and stands next to Kilfinan Church which was established around 650AD. Views of Loch Fyne can be enjoyed from the hotel and gardens with wonderful sunsets. There are 10 bedrooms all centrally heated with en-suite bathroom colour TV and direct-dial telephone.The bars are cosy with log fires in Winter and offer a fine selection of malts. There are two intimate dining rooms and for larger parties weddings birthdays ceilidhs etc the Lamont Room is the perfect venue. Food is freshly prepared and cooked to order using the best of local produce.Good walking begins at the hotel door to Kilfinan Bay or longer hikes on the hills providing wildlife sightings and scenery. Fishing and golf are nearby. Kilfinan is steeped in Scottish history and is the ancestral home of the Lamont and MacEwan clans. Discovering this Highland Hotel is a delightful experience.

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Rhu, Rhu, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 3

Built in 1849 by the merchant business man Daniel Walkinshaw the Rosslea Hall retains much of its traditional charm whilst at the same time offering the modern day facilities that one would naturally expect to find. The much loved garden offers a secluded spot for a light lunch and proudly displays a commerative plaque to the Clan McAulay and The Lands of Ardencaple. The Rosslea Hall Hotel stands proudly looking out over the Firth of Clyde and the rolling landscapes beyond. Situated adjacent to the church in the picturesque village of Rhu next to the town of Helensburgh the hotel offers a countryside setting within easy travelling distance of Scotland's main cities.

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Tarbet, Tarbet, Argyll and Bute
Star Rating: 4G

Tarbet Guest House is situated In Scotland's first National Park and has an elevated position high above the village of Tarbet and enjoys spectacular southerly views down Loch Lomond and towards the western side of Ben Lomond. Tarbet Guest House is set in 6.67 acres of private gardens. To the north east side of Tarbet Guest House we have woodland which is frequented by deer and other wildlife.Of a particular note is the waterfall which feeds various deep pools on the East Burn on its way to Loch Lomond.Tarbet Guest House was cleverly designed to take full advantage of the sites elevated position and the stunning Loch Views. With this in mind the lounge and dining areas both have floor to ceiling windows stretching the entire length of both rooms. The views from here are truly breathtaking! Patio Doors open out onto a south facing decked sun terrace.Each guest suite is tastefully and individually furnished with their own en-suite bathroom and individual sitting area.

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Bridge of Orchy
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